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  1. Thanks Fiery, that's perfect. There's still an Aux temp of 10 Degrees C which seems to be an erroneous reading. Any chance of removing it please?
  2. Unfortunately, the bios has no sensor readings and Lenovo do not provide any software for this. I've attached a copy of aida64 sensor readout if this helps. I'm pretty sure the motherboard temp is incorrect as it seems to go up quickly with cpu stress testing. I think the cpu temp should be motherboard and vice versa.
  3. Hello Any chance the sensor readings could be amended for Lenovo V530-15ICB Desktop please. isasensordump.txt smbusdump_full.txt
  4. Hello, AIDA64 not displaying system temperature although present in bios. Any chance this could be fixed please? smbusdump_full.txt isasensordump.txt
  5. Hi Why is GPU TDP% always 0% even when the gpu is stressed?
  6. I've been monitoring the temperatures over the last few days and learnt that Temperature#1 is a duplicate of Motherboard temperature. Temperature#2 seems to be a valid sensor, possibly PCIE temperature or System #2 temperature. Would it be possible to remove Temperature #1 and relabel Temperature #2 as AUX instead? Thanks Fiery and sorry for the trouble.
  7. Thanks Fiery for sorting that out, much appreciated. What is Temperature #1 and Temperature #2 reporting? I don't think I have those sensors on my motherboard.
  8. Hi, There is a vrm sensor on my motherboard not shown by AIDA64 but confirmed by Gigabyte. HWiNFO64 also confirms this. Would it be possible for AIDA64 to show this? Thanks in advance. smbusdump_full.txt isasensordump.txt
  9. Thank you Fiery for attending to my query so promptly. What is Aux and PCI-E reporting? As you can see from the screenshot, the Aux and PCI-E temperatures of AIDA64 are absent in Gigabyte SIV. The rest of the readings seem okay. I don't think my board has PCI-E and Aux temperature sensors. I hope not because those temperatures are worryingly high. According to Gigabyte, my motherboard is only supposed to have 4 temperature sensors but when I blow a hairdryer over my motherboard, the Aux and PCI-E temperatures start to climb. This suggests to me that these sensors are actually present and the r
  10. Hello, Can you please help me. Is it possible to fix the incorrect sensor readings aida64 is reporting for my motherboard? Really appreciated. isasensordump.txt smbusdump_full.txt
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